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I have two open insurance policies and the insurance company won't cancel the first one and refund the deposit.

1 Answers. Asked on Mar 08th, 2017 on Insurance - Florida
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I got car insurance on the 9th of last month and my car broke down. Two weeks later i got a new vehicle on a Saturday and My insurance agency was closed. So I had to go through the dealership agency to get insurance for the new vehicle. The agency gave me a policy with the same insurance company that I'm already through. i called to cancel the first policy and the company said they couldn't and that they also could not refund my money or put it towards the new policy. What do I do and why can't they cancel the first policy.
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Answered on Mar 10th, 2017 at 5:34 AM

That simply makes no sense. Something is missing here unless you still have BOTH cars titled in your name. You can call the Florida Department of Insurance and see if they can help you sort this out. 

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